Basically, 'biopunk' in fiction means you tend to see characters or corporations altering genetics and DNA coding rather than implanting metal and bio-mesh augmentations. It's a sub-set of sci-fi. That might not be the clearest explanation but it's about the simplest way to think of it.
hey sorta like vangun! but in vangun it also balances cyberpunk, while the alternate reality im working on takes place on dieselpunk. originally suppose to be steampunk along with the ninth series, but instead it was a two part prequel. i might be able to work on a teslapunk in the future.
'Teslapunk' is a subgenre of speculative fiction which is similar to steampunk, named for scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla, and refers to fictional narratives or visual styles inspired by 18th, 19th, and early 20th century pioneers of electricity and electrical devices.